When most individuals reach a particular age, they believe that they are already too old to achieve a goal that they have been clinging to since they were young.
A lady like Jeanick Fournier, who works as a palliative care beneficiary attendant in Chicoutimi, Quebec, in Canada, believes that there is no such thing as an impossible desire or hope for a woman like her. In April of 2022, the mother of two, who is 49 years old, arrived to audition for the second season of “Canada’s Got Talent.”
She disclosed this information in the course of the interviews that took place before to her audition. At the time, she was seven years old when she began singing in the church. When Fournier was a child, she would use her hairbrush as a makeshift microphone and perform on their living room sofa, which served as her stage. Her mother and her father were her only spectators during this time.
She cites Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Lara Fabian, and Celine Dion as some of her primary musical inspirations. Fournier is a mother to two children, Yuan and Emma, whom she adopted despite being aware that both of them had down syndrome.
“It is a tremendous blessing for me that I am able to be here. If I am successful, I will have the chance to provide a better life for my family, especially for my kids “Before taking the platform, Fournier made the following statement.
The song that Fournier has chosen to perform perfectly captures the bravery and self-assurance that she exudes whenever she approaches the stage. Fournier easily screamed out “I Surrender,” possibly one of the most challenging songs that Celine Dion has ever written to date.
In doing so, she displayed a tremendous exhibition of her vocal technique, stamina, and emotion while she hymned the classic smash. After Fournier’s performance, the panel of judges could not help but clap for her and were obviously surprised by her, which is why they had no choice but to give her a standing ovation when she was done.
At the conclusion of the second season of Canada’s Got Talent, Fournier emerged victorious and took home the title.
Following her victory in the competition, she published her first album under her own name via Universal Music Canada, and it quickly rose to position No. 13 on the Canadian Albums Chart.
In the month of November 2022, it was announced that Fournier will be participating in the 2023 season of “America’s Got Talent: All-Stars.”